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I have been poulticing a stain on a red granite counter top using a clay poultice and a commercial degreaser. When I remove the poultice the area where the poultice was is very dark and does not seem to dry out and lighten. What causes this and how c

This is a very common problem on granite. Granite is a very porous stone, more porous than most marble. Because of its porous nature, granite has the ability to retain a great deal of moisture. The dark area in this case may simply be excessive... Read More

Can I use an oscillating sander to hone a marble table top?

Of course you can use an oscillating sander but an oscillating sander tends to leave a stray scratch pattern that can be difficult to remove. I have found the best method is to use a rotary polisher for best results. TIP If the top is large enough... Read More

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